About

Welcome to Wet Paint Syndrome, an art project brought to you by Kezins. Originally released as a single issue PDF, WPS is now fully web-based with optional downloadable content. Wet Paint Syndrome is a cooperative of global artists. WPS was created to provide a creative marketing environment for all established AND emerging artists from all over the world.

We came about from the efforts of creative individuals with the desire to facilitate interaction between artists and viewers of art within the global community. We will help promote anyone genuinely interested in getting involved with the project. At times, we will also show off random art we happen to find and love.

Wet Paint Syndrome was conceptualized and created by W. David Snizek aka “Kezins” and made possible through a joint vision with mixed media multi-visual Houston-based artist Dune-Micheli Patten.

Wet Paint Syndrome: “The secret little things we do in life when we think others aren’t looking or when our curiosity is aroused by a sign that is posted telling us not to do something. Inspired by the corridor that you walk down for 20 years without touching the walls. Then one day you smell fresh paint and the corridor has been roped off with signs that say “Don’t Touch – Wet Paint.” An overwhelming urge comes over us to touch the wall.”

W. David Snizek is a freelance artist-photographer and journalist. He currently works full-time for Ziff Davis Media. His work can be viewed at kezins.smugmug.com

Dune’s work can be viewed at http://www.dunespirit.8m.com/

Writers for WPS currently include Kezins & L. Gathright (West Coast). Jennifer Safanova takes care of event coordination and marketing.

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If you would like to be featured on the site, please email kezins at will@kezins.com

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